Delaware Winter Festivals and Events
Delaware’s historic towns and charming nooks come alive during the holiday season, thanks to Yuletide tours, dazzling light displays, stage classics, festive parades and other events that capture the joy and spirit celebrated each year in the First State. Winter festivals and events in Delaware take place from early November through the first week of January and include holiday-themed exhibits at museums like Hagley Museum and Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library; house tours in historic Lewes and Odessa; and parades in towns both large (Wilmington) and small (Milton). And while Delaware’s beaches are known as the capital of summer fun, the town of Rehoboth offers one of the state’s most iconic symbols of the season when it lights its 30-foot tree.
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Saturday Feb 09, 2013
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February 9, 2013
Not far from Philadelphia, in one house, lives all six members of Can You Canoe; a band who has hopped on the wagon to turn the wheels of change in modern rock music. Still searching to pinpoint a specific genre other than rock and roll, Can You Canoe's folk/country/classic rock roots come to light as they begin to establish a sound that's all their own. Performing seven members strong, Can You Canoe deliver a dynamic, high-energy show that will make any rock enthusiast tap their foot, and curl…
February 9, 2013
Children’s World Music Express (CWME) celebrates cultural diversity through music and movement. They engage children in a variety of rhythms, melodies, songs, and dances from around the world. Enjoy worldly, traditional, and original songs infused with ethnic sounds and beats, using instruments from Greece, Africa, India, South America, Middle East, and Asia.